Question: Best Butchers in Brooklyn for Meat, Sausages & Hot Dogs for BBQs
Looking for something special? How about chorizo or bratwurst or peppery sweet breakfast sausages? Maybe a steak to throw on the grill, or pork chops or ribs or goat summer sausage? Brooklyn's blessed with some old fashioned butcher shops. So if you have a special occasion, like Father's Day or a barbeque for July 4th or Memorial Day, or are particular about your meat, forget the frozen dogs in that chain supermarket. Where can you find a good butcher in Brooklyn?
Here's just a smattering of Brooklyn's better and best butchers in different neighborhoods.
American/Italian butcher: Staubitz Market in Carroll Gardens, 222 Court Street (between Warren Street & Baltic Street). (718) 624-0014
Italian butcher: Lorimer Market in Williamsburg at 620 Lorimer St
(between Skillman Avenue & Jackson Street).
Polish butcher: Kiszka Meat Market , 915 Manhattan Avenue ,
(between Greenpoint Avenue & Kent Street). (718) 389-6149
New Brooklyn Butcher: Marlow & Daughters 95 Broadway
(between Bedford Avenue & Berry Street).
Any one of these butchers is worth the trip. Call ahead for times, and also what's available; they make their own so their offerings change seasonally.
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